There are values and beliefs that have been there for generations and these are rituals that prepare one for a good and long lasting marriage.Here are some of the traditions of our lovely Zambian culture, though I’m not here to discuss them more profoundly but just to give a brief hint of them.Login with your Facebook account to ensure quality profiles and “Crush” potential matches.If a crush is mutual, the app connects the two “Crushes” in a private chat.Download One Good Crush now and find out who has a crush on you.By Martin Mwango Zambian anthropology defines marriage as a union between a man and woman.Dear All I went over to Victoria Falls Town last week.The header is of the vultures taking off from their perch on their way to lunch. that all the delegates were boarding buses to come over to Livingstone … Bushfires While I was in Vic Falls I was asked if I had noticed the bushfires all around Livingstone. I even went up the Lusaka Road to take some photographs … Every year we have this scenario where people burn our forests. Dambwa Forest is virtually destroyed now after all the years of charcoal burners, wood cutters and bushfires.
Sichango Road, or the Royal Mile, which leads to the Game Park and several lodges, was totally repaired and we love it …
Firebreaks were cut and unlicensed people were kept out.
Those forest officers lost their jobs years ago in cost-cutting measures and it has culminated in the death of many of our forests.
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A collection of useful phrases in Lozi, a Bantu language spoken mainly in southwestern Zambia, and also in Zimbabwe, Bostwana, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Namibia. Click on any of the phrases that are links to hear them spoken.